July 26, 2014 @ 1:00 pm
Rotary Pavilion in Willow Park West
500 West 700 South
Logan, UT 84321
Ben Jarvis

The 66 mile Rotary RAW Classic (Metric Century) is a challengingly beautiful ride circumnavigating the steepest mountains in North America! This route passes through Wellsville before climbing up Sardine Canyon, roughly 1700 feet and descending 1350 feet into Brigham City. There you turn north and pass through Honeyville and Deweyville. Just beyond Deweyville, the route turns east and climbs 650 feet before providing a spectacular Cache Valley vista and descending 500 feet into Mendon returning to the starting point at the Rotary Pavilion in Willow Park West. There will be five rest stops spread out along the route.

The Tour de RAW travels the same route as the RAW Classic gaining additional miles as it extends from Brigham City to the Bear River Bird Refuge and back to Brigham City.

The Family RAW travels from Willow Park to Wellsville riding along Cache Valley base of the Wellsville Mountains following the same route in reverse back to Willow Park.